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Westland Puma HC Mk.I, No. 33 Squadron, Royal Air Force, 1991 (1:72)
Sale Price: $19.95
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Item #: ACHY39 -
Westland Puma HC Mk.I, No. 33 Squadron, Royal Air Force, 1991 (1:72) By Amercom Diecast Item Number: ACHY39 About Westland Puma HC Mk.I, No. 33 Squadron, Royal Air Force, 1991 (1:72) About Amercom Diecast Amercom Diecast was founded in 1993 to design, create and provide a wide range of inexpensive but high quality diecast airplanes and military vehicles. With more than 130 airplanes and helicopters and more than 100 tanks and combat vehicles, this is a range of diecast aircraft and military...
Westland Puma HC.1 XW219, 230 Sqn RAF Benson (New Tool) (1:72)
Sale Price: $66.95
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Westland Puma HC.1 XW219, 230 Sqn RAF Benson (New Tool) (1:72) by Corgi Diecast AviationItem Number: AA27001The Puma HC-1 is a twin engine medium sized transport and utility helicopter, filling a useful gap between the smaller Lynx and larger Chinook and Merlin fleets. Despite entering service in the early 1970s, the Pumas have not gone through the same various stages of development as other similar machines such as the Lynx, instead retaining their original designation of HC Mk.1. Along with...
Westland Puma HC.1 XW220/AC, RAF No.72 Squadron, Aldergrove, 1997 (1:72)
Sale Price: $178.95
Availability: In Stock at Distributor
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As one of the worl's most successful modern battle held helicopters, the Westland Puma HC.1 entered service with the Royal Air Force in 1971 and represented a huge technological advance over the Belvedere and Whirlwind aircraft it replaced. An incredibly flexible aviation asset, the Puma is tasked with the tactical movement of troops, weapons, ammunition and general support supplies and is capable of operating in all weather conditions, by day or night. With room to carry 16 fully equipped...
Westland Whirlwind XA868 Falkland Islands/HMS Protector 1963 (1:72)
Sale Price: $71.95
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Westland Whirlwind HAR.1 XA868 Royal Navy, HMS Protector, 1963The pace of fixed wing aviation development throughout the Second World War was quite simply breath-taking and clearly illustrated the importance aeroplanes would have during this and any future conflict, but as these aircraft became faster and larger, a new type of aircraft was also beginning to finally show its true potential. The US Sikorski R-4 was the world's first massed produced helicopter and the only Allied aircraft of its...